Ingle - Answered a Question by Connor (21 Dec 08 20:12)

It is usually shown on your P&O invoice on the rhight hand side where it shows the fare breakdown, which should come attached to your TA invoice. If not contact whoever you booked with.

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Carnegie - Answered a Question by Connor (24 Dec 08 22:18)

Hi just back on 19th Dec from Ventura and NO you dont need to confirm your Credit Card with P&O. What happens is when you arrive at the Port you show them your credit card and then they take a photo of you and give you an on board card to use every time you want to buy something a drink or something from the on- board shops you show them the card you have been given and on the day before you go home you can look on your interactive TV in your cabin how much you have spent on your card but check on your spending by looking at the interactive TV every day as we were charged £17.75 by mistake but told reception and it was taken off so remember to check daily wither you have used it or not. dont worry its not a problem as they find out their mistake due to us not signing for the thing that was charged to our account. Everytime you buy anything you have to sign for it when you give them your card. have a great holiday we loved it.

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Spencer - Answered a Question by Connor (25 Dec 08 09:31)

Merry christmas Conner, If you have anything showing your on board credit, an advert, a letter etc; take it with you just in case, we had a problem once and without our letter we could have had a problem. Have a great time.

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Maddocks - Answered a Question by Connor (25 Dec 08 16:44)

We have encountered this "problem" before. For us, and I can't remember which cruise lines/Travel agents were involved, we were told that the first time it would show would be when on board and this has proved to be true. When you get on board check with the purser that your account is in credit to the tune of .... whatever. In case you encounter denial it may help if you take a copy of the advert with you but it is unlikely that you will need it - the key thing is to get your Travel agent to acknowledge there is credit due to you before you sail (I have always done this by phone only and never had a problem). If the Travel agent is reputable then you should have no problem even though it does not show when you receive the ticket paraphenalia. Have a good cruise.

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FRANK - Answered a Question by Connor (31 Dec 08 14:53)

You should always go with a copy of your on board credit from your wholesaler ,travel agent or cruise line. once itis in writting your credit is secure. ask for an e-mail or fax if it does not come in your documents. enjoy your trip--also make sure it tells you what the credit is for,some exclude the spa and drinks. CAROL .

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